Reader Submission August 4th 2010 I lived in the house that James Prendergast once owned and every night he would appear he liked knocking pictures off the wall and open my kitchen cupboards.
“If you look at them [mourning customs, epitaphs, and motifs] with 20th century eyes you will miss [the meaning]. You’ve got to understand what the world was actually like, what it was like living in … Read More+
Over the next several weeks, Chautauqua Ghost will be featuring a three part series about the Black Panthers of Chautauqua County: Past and Present. Find out the folktale that originated from the actual event that spurred over 67 years of sightings of this predator. Read original 1940’s -2013 newspaper articles, interviews from eyewitnesses, photographs of […]
In his prime Charles Dickens was a man who churned out novel after novel that instantly became classics. At times he would release these in chapters and the avid reader would have to wait for each subsequent chapter to come out. His last book The Mystery of Edwin Drood was released in installments to readers from around […]